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    Technical Information Resources

    Suppose someone wanted to really read the technical aspects of 3D printing rather than the basics...someone with too much time on their hands

    For example, a full indepth discussion of infill, layer height and virtually all the parameters involved in 3D printing.

    Is there a good place to go to read up on all those technical aspects and the effect they have on printing?

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    If you're looking for information about a specific device or topic you can often find it by using a dork like inurl. For example, if you wanted to find out more about G-code, type Inurldf G-code in the Google search bar, and it should come back with all the available pdf files on G-code.

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    it is a good practice to share the knowledge when somebody ask for the hep.this is a good forum for sharing their views and knowledge.My doubt is clear

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    Thanks Sid for sharing it.
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    This is awesome

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    Technically speaking, anything that is creative or artistic is a form of printing. That's the broad definition. That's why the answer to this question is yes... there are a lot of places! You can google around, find a digital printing company, or a print shop or even an art and design department of your local college and ask them to direct you to the right department. This just depends on what you're interested in learning about. And since it's such a broad field, there are many degress of specialization available for you to start with, including: Screen printing, Gravure printing, Lithography, Offset printing, Digital printing, LED printing, and a billion more specialties that are in between those.

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